Alas! 'tis true, I have gone here and there
Once again, the poet finds himself explaining his infidelity and humbly asks to be welcomed back by the subject. The poet realizes he has devalued his craft by associating with those not as refined as the subject. Explore this conceit along with the rhyme, meter and imagery through the practical activities in the workbook and by listening to the reading – tasks that are designed to complement and supplement the approaches taken in classes and tutorials.